You can convert object of one type to another For example:
There are two Boolean values: True and False.
Strings store letters, special characters, spaces, digits, and enclose in quotation marks or single quotes
A list can store a sequence of other objects
[item1, item2, ..., itemN]
Operators are used to perform operations on variables and values.
|x + y||Addition|
|x - y||Subtraction|
|x * y||Multipication|
|x / y||Division -> result is float|
|x // y||Division -> result is int|
|x % y||Remainder of x / y for positive x, y|
|x ** y||x to the power y|
They can be created by comparing values by using the rational operators
We can use membership operators to test if a sequence is presented in an object:
>>> x = 2 >>> y = [2,4] >>> x in y True